It’s almost amusing watching the “high tech lynching” of Herman Cain start; almost. There is still the issue of a bunch of white folks questioning the blackness of a Presidential candidate. The MSNBC Martin Bashir's (a person of Arabic heritages) show had on a Democrat strategist and MSNBC analyst named Karen Finney; who is also a white woman. Coming out of this woman’s mouth was some of the most vile and racists remarks I have heard in a long time. One exchange went like this.
"One of the things about Herman Cain is, I think that he makes that white Republican base of the party feel okay, feel like they are not racist because they can like this guy," Finney said. "I think he giving that base a free pass. And I think they like him because they think he's a black man who knows his place. I know that's harsh, but that's how it sure seems to me."
"Thank you for spelling that out," Bashir responded.
What is most telling is this exchange is the charge that Cain does not know his place, which the Liberals believe is with the Democrat Party. It has been said in Conservative corners, the Liberals tolerate blacks and they endure conservatives; but they cannot abide a successful, independent-minded black who dares to step out of line and reject the enslavement of the Plantation Party. There is no class of people more openly loathed by the Democrat Party than a black conservative.
We have seen it before and it will only get worse if Cain remains the GOP candidate to beat. Further the Democrat Party and the Liberal Press will also continue to make the racism charge against Conservatives simply because they disagree with President Obama's policies, while their racism is in the open and determined by the content of their character.
Well what did I saw? The Democrats have always portrayed successful blacks as having uncontrolled sexual impulses; the attacks on Clarence Thomas where a travesty. Now we have the Politico reporting that Herman Cain sexually harassed two women employees 15 years ago. The complaints were described as overtly sexual but suggestive behavior, that made them angry. As is typical in the business world, CEO's know you can't prove a negative. Even though the investigation showed that Cain had done nothing wrong, the women were most likely dispensed of with a pay off, as the Cain would certainly not want them around after such an incident.
In a follow-up comment one of the writers of the Politico story seems to mock himself with innuendo:
Politico reporter Jonathan Martin, who co-wrote their article on Herman Cain, told MSNBC this morning that he just isn't "going to get into the details" of what Cain allegedly said, did or "gestured." Martin cites an incident that may or may not have happened where Cain may or may not have invited a woman up to his hotel room. Cain's chief of staff said this morning that these charges are questionable at best. Relevant transcript below:
Politico's Jonathan Martin: "And also, what actually happened to these women as well, we want to be sensitive to that, too. It includes both verbal and physical gestures. "These women felt uncomfortable, and they were unhappy about their treatment, and they complained to both colleagues and senior officials. In one case it involved, I think, inviting a woman up to a hotel room of Cain's on the road … We're just not going to get into the details of exactly what happened with these women beside what's in the story.
It should be noted that when more brazen reports were made about candidate Bill Clinton, where numerous women actually reported they had been raped by the future President, the Democratic machine tracked down these women and did all it could to discredit and besmirch the women. That is the difference between Conservatives and Liberals; Conservatives believe in human decency.